All posts tagged: Sara Majka

300 short stories:: story 131

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2018 short stories

story: Cities I’ve Never Lived In  author: Sara Majka year: 2015 where: Fiumicino Airport, Roma note: As someone who has traveled places grand and bland alone, this story felt sometimes like a mirror. a line: “I thought that those few people passing out food—with their hands in little plastic gloves, and their cross behind them—should not be our major defense against this kind of poverty; as a defense it felt hopeful, frail, and largely hidden.” bonus line: “I said […]